IMF sees 2024 growth at 2 pct, debt on downward trend due to high primary surpluses

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Debt, GDP, IMF
Photo via IMF photostream on Flickr []
Photo via IMF photostream on Flickr []

During the Spring meetings held by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in Washington this week, the IMF presented its latest global estimates as part of the World Economic Outlook and the Fiscal Monitor.

The IMF left its growth outlook for Greece unchanged, seeing the economy growing by 2 pct in 2024, the same estimate as in October’s WEO. Next year’s growth is also broadly unchanged, with the growth estimate at 1.9 pct. 

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